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“Do you know why she’s still alive? Because zombies eat brains, and she ain’t got any!”
“Every dead body that is not exterminated becomes one of them. It gets up and kills! The people it kills get up and kill!”
“Daughters do not dance well with masticated brains.”
“A newly infected zombie is almost impossible to detect. Until they've ingested their first human brains, at which point the transformation accelerates with every subsequent kill.”
“All right, scouts. Let's kick some zombie ass!”
“We're fine! Everything's under control!”
“They use... consume maybe 5% of the food available in the human body. With that small amount, the body is usual intact enough to be mobile when it revives.”
“Stop killing the dead. They're mine. If you don't want the dead coming back to life, why don't you just kill the living? Shoot them in the head. Are you listening to me?”
“- Tallahassee: My mama always told me someday I'd be good at something. Who'd a guessed that something'd be zombie-killing?
- Columbus: Probably nobody.”
“- Francine: What are they doing? Why do they come here?
- Stephen: Some kind of instinct. Memory of what they used to do. This was an important place in their lives.”
“Who died and made you fucking king of the zombies?”
“You see? You just can't trust anyone. The first girl I let into my life and she tries to eat me.”
“If they never consume human brains they will never fully transform into zombies.”
“Many believed the enemy was finally vanquished. The gentry began to leave the safe confines of London's defenses. For their newly fortified country estates. But vigilance is still every essence. Remember this. Keep your swords as sharp as your wit. For the ultimate battle between the living and the undead has yet to be staged.”
“- George Wickham: I'm here to propose a venture that would end the war forever. These new zombies can be reasoned with. With the proper funding I believe we can cultivate trust and even good will with this new iteration of the undead, who seem to possess an inherent power of the lower ranks of their kind.
- Lady Catherine de Bourgh: [starts...” (continue)(continue reading)
“- George Wickham: The common hordes look to them for leadership. It takes just one of them to realize that power and then to lead the hordes into battle.
- Lady Catherine de Bourgh: The undead are like locusts!
- Parson Collins: [still smirking] Locusts.
- Lady Catherine de Bourgh: [now determined] They go forth and destroy. They have no use for...” (continue)(continue reading)